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I know the data is not unreadable in the dbf file because I downloaded a dbase viewer that was written in C that shows me the data. If you know of somewhere I can get these specs please e-mail me with the information. The message that I get is cannot locate the requested Xbase memo file. Hello and welcome to PC Review. have a peek here

ZeroEffect __________________ If you can't find it, Build It. The folder that your .dbf file is in is actually your database and the filename are your tables. Following the standard naming convention that FoxPro data uses, the memo field file will be "pl002.fpt". I'm not sure about DBFs created with other programs such as Clipper. https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/21315591/Cannot-locate-the-requested-Xbase-memo-file.html

Error at Data Flow Task [OLE DB Source [22]]: Opening a rowset for "vrheader" failed. Are you aComputer / IT professional?Join Tek-Tips Forums! Cannot locate the requested Xbase memo file.

I get ERROR [42502][Microsoft][ODBC Visual FoxPro Driver]Not a table. Pls advice. 0 Comment Question by:aarontham Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/21315591/Cannot-locate-the-requested-Xbase-memo-file.htmlcopy LVL 33 Best Solution byCarlWarner Going back to original error message, "Cannot locate the requested Xbase memo file", I see I looked for information about Timberline and there was some mention of ODBC on the sagetimberlineoffice.com website (if that's your software provider). The errormessage in your first post shows you what's missing.

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I tried using the keywords source and out as well but no luck. All rights reserved. It assumes that you should have one if there is a memo field in the data structure of the table/.dbf.

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uh eyes. Both files have to be >> present >> in order for Access to use the .dbf database file. dBASE, which was the basis for FoxBASE and FoxPro, is the system that started with that memo field design. Thanks. >-----Original Message----- >Hi >Make sure the files containing the memo are in the same folder as the data >files (.dbf) >HTH >Immanuel Quote:>> When I try to import a Foxpro

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Find all posts by jccorner #11 11-23-2005, 03:48 PM FZelle Regular Join Date: Nov 2003 Posts: 72 OK, thats a good reason. I am not quite sure what a memo file is. Find all posts by jccorner #4 10-24-2005, 10:18 AM ZeroEffect Junior ContributorPreferred language:VB.Net Join Date: Oct 2004 Location: Detroit, MI Posts: 204 Quote: Originally Posted by jccorner Thanks Detailed, step-by-step instructions guide the reader through the process of designing and using Access tables, queries, forms and reports.

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